The Rise of the Flexible Euro-AIF

A passport to success?

DEVARSHI SAKSENA, SIMMONS & SIMMONS

Times are changing for onshore European hedge funds. The structures that were traditionally trumpeted as being rivals to offshore funds - namely the Luxembourg specialised investment fund (SIF), Malta’s professional investor fund (PIF) and Ireland’s PLC/unit trust qualifying investor alternative investment fund (QIAIF) - but which had regulator driven and, at times, frustrating fund authorisation processes, are slowly giving way to easier to launch, flexible, less regulated structures,...

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